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Beyond the artisanal markets that offer a unique shopping experience, the glitz and glamour of high-end malls like Marina Bay Sands and Orchard Ion in Singapore have dazzled many local shopaholics and tourists alike. From Chanel for the fashionista’s haute couture to hype beast street fashion with FILA, Singapore is known as a shopping destination with good reason – its malls are hard to beat for sheer variety.

With Orchard Road as the poster child of Singapore’s shopping scene, outlet shopping doesn’t often come to mind as an option. Bargain hunters will be glad to know that there are outlet shops offering dizzying discounts on last season’s fashions. You just need to know where to look! 

Lined with factory outlets from major labels, these malls have proven to be a mass favourite for the young, old, and everyone in between. So, grab your handbags and wallets for some great buys as we take you through four outlet malls that will have your jaws dropping with all its deals. 

Pro tip: The discounts here are already spectacular but get an even larger discount at most of these outlets by keeping a lookout for special weekend or public holiday discounts. You can refer to the various malls’ websites or Facebook pages to do some research before heading down.

1. Get a Dose of Retail Therapy at Changi City Point

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Clearance rack of shoes for any arch or inclination at the New Balance Factory Outlet at Changi City Point. Image Credit: Singapore Travellers

The first mall is not only the ideal spot for shopping because it is home to a vast array of factory outlets of various brands, but also because it’s a short train ride away from Changi Airport. So, for those who are looking for more ways than one to shop till you drop, you can just hop on over to another shopping paradise - Jewel Changi Airport. Changi City Point is a sprawling 4-storey mall that comes with plenty of greenery, including a landscaped rooftop garden, a treehouse trail and even an omni-theatre on the third floor!

What makes it a favourite among locals living in the east of Singapore are factory outlets of sporting mainstays like New Balance, Nike, Adidas, Puma, Asics and Royal Sporting House where discounts offered are 20 to 60% off normal retail prices. Lacoste, Kipling, Aldo, Clarks and Timberland outlets provide smarter options for casual wear too.

Love a good value dollar shop deal? Head down to basement one for the Valu$ Shop. Thanks to parallel imports from neighbouring countries and overstocked goods, all your favourite snacks and toiletries go for peanuts here!

Address: 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, 486038 

Opening Hours: Daily; 10am to 10pm 

How to get there: Next to Expo MRT Station (CG1/DT35), one stop away from Changi Airport MRT Station (CG2)

2. Journey to the West Area of Singapore for Luxury Bargains at IMM

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Located in the west area of Singapore, IMM boasts an Adidas Factory Outlet, offering activewear at discounted prices. Image Credit: CapitaLand

The west side of Singapore boasts the island’s largest outlet mall – IMM, also known as the International Merchandising Mart Mall, at Jurong packs 90 outlet stores, 220 retail shops, and more into its massive retail space.

Year-round discounts of up to 80% aren’t hard to find at global brands like Adidas, Kate Spade New York, Calvin Klein Jeans, Sacoor Brothers and even cosmetic retailer Novela, where even products from ever-pricey brands like Aesop are discounted! If you’re looking for mid-tier luxury labels – you’re in luck! The Outlet by Club 21 carries brands such as Marc by Marc Jacobs, Paul Smith and DKNY.

Though it’s not an outlet shop, the Daiso flagship store on level three is worth a visit, with everything from snacks to gardening supplies going for just S$2!

Address: 2 Jurong East Street 21, Singapore 609601 

Opening Hours: Daily; 10am to 10pm 

How to get there: Near Jurong East MRT Station (NS1/EW24/JE5) and bus interchange

3. Low Prices for Fast Fashion at Anchorpoint

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The stunning bargains at the Cotton On outlet store at Anchorpoint juxtaposes its simple and unassuming exterior. Image Credit: AsiaOne

You could be forgiven for not thinking much of Anchorpoint, with its decidedly less modern façade. This inconspicuousness has its upsides; shopping here is a leisurely experience compared to the crowd of meatball and furniture-lovers thronging through the IKEA next door.

The outlet selection at Anchorpoint consists of Australian fast fashion brands, such as Billabong, Cotton On and sister stationery and gift brand, Typo. Fans of local footwear label Charles & Keith and upscale sister brand, Pedro, will be happy to know that a pair of shoes here usually sports discounts of up to 70% off, with prices going for as low as S$15 at the Charles & Keith factory outlet.

Address: 370 Alexandra Road, Singapore 159953 

Opening Hours: Daily; 10am to 10pm

How to get there: Walk 9 mins from Exit A of Queenstown MRT Station (EW19)

4. Shop for Anything Under the Sun at Mustafa Centre

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Mustafa Centre is the place to be for a good bargain - from branded perfumes to home necessities, it is indeed a shopping paradise. Image Credit: Walk with Cham

Where can you find a bargain for a host of items from the best perfume for men to furniture at reasonable prices all under one roof in Singapore? If you ever find yourself questioning where is the cheapest place to buy things in Singapore, ask any Singaporean, and they will tell you it’s Mustafa Centre. Though its operating hours have been temporarily cut short, this megamall has been the favourite haunt of Singapore’s night owls since the 70s. Featuring anything and everything you can think of, Mustafa Centre stocks a staggering and sometimes bewildering inventory, from fresh vegetables, clothes and toys to even jewellery, cosmetics and electronics! Prices here also tend to be lower than retailers in the city, and you can expect to find some unbelievable deals in electronics, jewellery and apparel. 

Throw in an assortment of shops combining money changing, remittance, travel packages with retail and it’s not hard to see why the mall has proven popular amongst tourists and expats from all over the world as well. 

Just note that purchases are sealed inside plastic bags with a cable tie to prevent shoplifters. You may also be asked to open your bags for inspection, or to shelf your purchases from other stores, so don’t be too alarmed.

Address: 145 Syed Alwi Rd, Singapore 207704

Opening Hours: Daily; 9.30am to 11.30pm 

How to get there: Walk 3 mins from Exit I of Farrer Park MRT (NE8)


There is no denying that the thrill of browsing the aisles beats that of online shopping. But going on a full-blown spree here in Singapore doesn’t have to be a pocket-burning, card-maxing affair. And with a variety of malls offering heavy discounts on just about any brand – what are you waiting for? The perfect alternative to carting out online, hop on over to any of these outlet malls and revel in all the red hot deals that will have you coming back for more!


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